Reviewed by Jim Mitulski, a Metropolitan Community Churches minister who cochairs San Francisco's HIV Health Services (Ryan White) Planning Council and is a doctor of ministry candidate at San Francisco Theological Seminary.
When I mentioned this book to HIV activists, public health officials and fellow Protestant clergy, all were quick to offer a smart remark, dismissing the likelihood that Roman Catholics could have anything of value to say about HIV prevention. But they were wrong. This book lays the necessary groundwork for an agenda of mutual self-interest for those serious about ending the spread of AIDS.
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